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Lesson 9 Vocabulary

Ericka Appana

TermDefinition
List server A server that collects and distributes information from an authorized group of participants, called a listserve group.
Listserve group Users who subscribe to an e-mailing list through a list server.
Binary file A file containing data or instructions written in zeros and ones (computer language).
Secure Copy (SCP) A program used with Secure Shell (SSH) to transfer files between systems.
SSH File Transfer Protocol (S/FTP) A file transfer protocol that allows the encryption of transmissions using the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol.
SSL/TLS-enable FTP FTP that runs on an SSL/TLS-secured connection.
Virtual Network Computing (VNC) A program that allows you to control a computer at a remote location.
Peer-to-peer network A network in which each computer has both server and client capabilities
P2P A peer-to-peer network on the Internet.
Open source A peer-based development process describing organizations and products that provide free source code to the development community at large with the goal of developing better products; includes Apache Web server and Linux
Open-source license A "copyleft" license that removes restrictions on the use and distribution of the licensed product.
Proprietary software Software that is the legal property of an entity.
End-user license agreement (EULA) A legal contract between the author of software and the end user that defines how the software can be used.
Patent A set of exclusive rights granted to an inventor for a fixed period of time upon disclosure of the invention.
Created by: ericka13